Automatically add organized grocery lists with nutritional estimates to your recipe posts. It’s as easy as clicking a button to insert a grocery list link or image wherever you like. When a person clicks to view the grocery list, it will open up a new window on the Say Mmm website, where our technology will do the work for you of displaying an organized grocery list that people can edit, combine with other lists, and print out. Please note this only works once your recipe post has been published.
**Organized grocery lists** – Say Mmm will use the ingredients on your recipe post to create a grocery list that is organized by area of the store with common pantry items like “salt” separated out at the bottom. It will also change things you use to cook, like “1 cup of shredded carrots” into items you’d buy in the store, like 2 carrots.
**Nutritional estimates** – Based on the amounts and items found, readers can view a nutritional estimate and see a graphical breakout of the top things that affect nutritional values like calories, fat, and cholesterol. If you have the servings listed for the recipe, it will show the estimates per serving.
**Combining lists** – Your readers can even combine lists from multiple recipes into one organized list and even add, edit, and delete items, all without even needing a Say Mmm account.
For more info, check out http://www.SayMmm.com
Get Recipes to Grocery Lists using through the WordPress plugin installer, and then click to Activate. If you download the plugin manually, make sure the contents of the .zip file are uploaded to “/wp-content/plugins/recipes-to-grocery-lists/”.
When editing a post, click the little [M] icon next to the other “Upload / Insert” icons at the top of the text editor box.
We love to hear feedback, and if you have any questions, send us an email at email@example.com
You can also find more information at www.SayMmm.com
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